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  1. 767 reads Go to AIDSInfo to see the guidelines Key updates to the guidelines include: New recommendation on use of antiretroviral therapy (ART) for serodiscordant couples who want to conceive, with strength of the recommendation differing on the basis of the...
    News Article published on 07/30/2012

  2. 680 reads A clinic serving American Indians in urban areas of South Dakota has been recognized as a October's "clinic of the month" for their work in integrating HIV care into primary care. South Dakota Urban Indian Health Clinic, Inc....
    News Article published on 10/25/2012

  3. 293 reads The US HHS Office of Minority Health, in collaboration with CIHS, has developed this webinar to inform, educate and train community-based behavioral health and/primary care organizations and practitioners in culturally and linguistically competent...
    Event on 07/16/2013

  4. the stories . Learn about Ryan White services that meet needs as people age ...
    Feature Article published on 09/07/2014

  5. 695 reads HRSA/HAB is convening a two-part webinar series to support its curriculum  Integrating Oral Health Care in HIV Primary Care Settings: A Guide to Oral Health Care for People Living with HIV/AIDS .  The curriculum is designed to assist primary care...
    Event on 03/07/2014

  6. 278 reads Massachusetts, which enacted health care reform in 2006 and thus is the only state in the nation with real world evidence, has achieved substantial benefits for people living with HIV/AIDS in terms of expanded health coverage of their health care...
    News Article published on 05/21/2014

  7. 615 reads Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), programs will be established to help consumers understand and make decisions about health insurance plans. Agencies and individuals with community ties are likely to be the best candidates to fulfill ACA...
    News Article published on 03/13/2013

  8. 660 reads In years to come, about half of people living with HIV/AIDS will be over 50 years old. Most contracted HIV at a younger age and are living longer because of effective treatments, but roughly 15% of new HIV/AIDS cases are people 50 and over. About...
    News Article published on 01/27/2013

  9. CareAction: Responding to Latino Health Needs TARGET Center The theme ...
    Feature Article published on 10/07/2014

  10. 9067 reads The National Alliance of State and Territorial AIDS Directors (NASTAD) is working in partnership with HRSA’s HIV/AIDS Bureau to provide training and technical assistance to Part B/AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (ADAPs) under the Ryan White...
    TA Program updated on 10/09/2014

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